Justin Clift <justin(at)postgresql(dot)org> a écrit:
> There should be a service called "PostgreSQL
> Database" (or similar) that auto-starts as well.
> If it's not starting automatically, that's
> generally caused by the presence of a "C:\Pro
> gram Files\PostgreSQL\data\postgresql.pid"
> file at startup. That file should only be
> present while the server is running, and stops
> PostgreSQL from starting up afresh if it's
> already there.
Tried searching for postgresql.pid - not there.
> It's a bug with the present "Proof of Concept"
> for Windows PostgreSQL build, as it's not being
> removed when PostgreSQL shuts down. :(
A pity. Postgresql should look at Interbase/Firebird
for the way to do this stuff. Run the exe and it
installs itself as a service no problem...
I have a project that I'm doing that requires
Windows for the server (hey, it's not *_my_*
fault) so I was going to try to use Postgresql,
but I think that I'll just have to stick with
From what I can see on the site, Postgresql will
be native for Windows from 7.4 about 6 months from
now. It looks like I'll have to wait until then.
> Justin Clift
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